Ibuprofen-Related Meningitis in Mixed Connective Tissue Disease

Bernstein, Robert F.
February 1980
Annals of Internal Medicine;Feb80 Part 1, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p206
Academic Journal
Presents a case on ibuprofen-related meningitis in mixed connective tissue disease. Nature of ibuprofen-related meningitis; Details of the case; Characteristics of patients with ibuprofen meningitis.


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